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CW33 NewsRobert Cooper is finally getting help for that annoying sound in his head. He's being tested to find just how much ringing there is. Robert first noticed it two years ago when heard a sound that he describes as crickets in the forest. "It is quite...
Tags: Robert Cooper, Tinnitus
FOX40 NewsDriving a car that used to belong to a smoker, and smelling the lingering fumes is annoying to some people, but now scientists say it can actually be dangerous. Second-hand smoke is smoke in the air that another person can inhale, and it has been shown...
Swimmer's ear, or Otitis Externa is a painful infection of the outer portion of the ear or ear canal. The condition often occurs during the summer months when kids are swimming and in the water often. The water gets inside the ear and alters the acidic...
Tags: Swimmer's Ear, Diabetes, Ear, Nose, and Throat, Swimming, Sports
Daily American Staff WriterEaster Seals tries to educate people about hearing and speech impairments. "We are now trying to educate parents and kids that loud music can lead to hearing loss," said Annette Sherman, director of Easter Seals of Cambria and Somerset counties. "Hearing...
As you pack your bags, remove your shoes at security and kill time at the gate, your health is likely the last thing on your mind. But the fact is that traveling, whether for work or play, can take its toll on your physical condition. Here are five...
email@example.comRegardless of the weather, ear health is ongoing concern for many parents. While ear infections might be more common in the winter months, they can also occur in warmer weather, or residual issues might cause problems throughout the year. Swimmer's...
Tags: Human Body, Earache, Swimmer's Ear, Ear Infection, Health
The following guest commentary was written by Deter Racine, executive director of the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society. For the past 13 years, I have seen and rescued countless animals in my role as executive director of Little Traverse Bay Humane...
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I was in Marine Corps boot camp early in 1970 and developed a bad case of jock itch. My drill instructor, although an extremely harsh and seemingly uncaring guy, had warned us all of this possibility and suggested using Listerine. It worked beautifully,...
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public life this week published a short, 15-question religion quiz. The quiz is a shorter version of the "3,412 sampled adults who were asked these and other questions in the U.S. Religious Knowledge Survey." The poll was...
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Purdue University News ServiceA new understanding about how the inner ear processes the temporal structure of sound could some day improve how prosthetic hearing devices are designed to help people with profound hearing loss hear better in noisy places, according to new Purdue...
Ask the expert: Audiologist Lauren O'Flaherty explains why many Americans live with untreated hearing lossOnly 1 in 7 people ages 50 and older who should be using hearing aids actually wears a device, according to a recent study led by two Johns Hopkins researchers and published in the "Archives of Internal Medicine." The study authors, Dr. Frank R. Lin...
FloriDUHA dog named "Lagniappe" was found weighing only 10-lbs. (half of what she should weigh) and suffering from hypothermia, anemia and malnutrition. The poor pooch also had an infection in both her ears, swollen gums and was infested with parasites, according...
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